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Friday, February 07, 2014

Ind. Courts - Breaking: Kimberly Brown has today filed for reelection

Kimberly Brown, Marion County Superior Court judge currently suspended with pay by the Supreme Court, pending final disposition of her disciplinary case, has today filed with the Secretary of State for re-election to her current seat. By statute, the deadline for filing was noon today.

A Judge Pro Tempore has been appointed by the Supreme Court "temporarily to discharge the duties of that office" until the disciplinary case is resolved.

The Republicans had their Marion County slating last Saturday, tomorrow is the Democratic slating convention. See this Jan. 10th ILB post for background.

I'm told Brown's filing will have no effect on the Democratic slating tomorrow; she did not file for slating so she will be running against the slate in the primary in May.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on February 7, 2014 12:18 PM
Posted to Indiana Courts